Optimizing Organizational Agility: Exploring the Impact of Flexible Work Arrangements
Maureen Moleksa Rusyadi, Ratri Wahyuningtyas

The evolving landscape of work, particularly catalyzed by the pandemic, has spurred organizations, including governmental bodies, to embrace novel work paradigms like Flexible Working Arrangements (FWA). In this milieu, Organizational Agility (OA) emerges as pivotal for navigating change. This study aims to scrutinize the impact of FWA on OA within Regional Departments of the Secretariat of the West Java Provincial Government. Utilizing a quantitative methodology and survey instruments, the research engaged 319 FWA-practicing employees across three regional departments. Findings from Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) analysis reveal a robust and positive correlation between FWA and OA levels. This study makes a substantial contribution by illuminating the potential for optimizing OA through FWA enhancement. Recommendations underscore the need for refining FWA implementation, bolstering OA, fortifying leadership engagement, and fostering robust employee support mechanisms, underscored by a call for continual monitoring and evaluation to ensure the efficacy of flexible work arrangements.

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